When you are suffering with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you may feel as though every aspect of your life is utterly out of control. You will likely come to find that over time, things that once interested you are no longer important. Your work life may suffer as you aren’t able to keep up with your professional responsibilities. Relationships that you once cherished with your friends and family members may also begin to suffer because those close to you may sense that something isn’t right when you are under the influence of your drug or drink of choice. In turn, you may feel even more alone or sad then you ever did before in your life.
If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today. Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.
Are you ready to take steps toward living a healthier and more fulfilling life? Our addiction treatment facility based in Fort Lauderdale is available to assist residents of Boynton Beach. Regardless of whether you are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, The Source team is here to provide you with the support that you need to begin to work through the events in your life that may have triggered your addiction.
Addiction Treatment That Gets to the Root Core of Addiction
Before you can truly begin to recover from the impact of addiction, you must develop an understanding of what may have led you to that addiction in the first place. The traumas that happen in a person’s life can be as unique as the person that comes to our facility for treatment. Were you a first responder or a soldier and you witness horrific events that seem to haunt you? Perhaps you suffered from abuse as a child and you were never sure how to process the emotions associated with those events?
At The Source, we give you the platform to talk about these events and the tools that you need to begin to process them so that they are no longer as painful to the point where you feel like you need to turn to drugs or alcohol to forget about them.
What is Trauma Based Therapy Like?
When you first come to The Source, you will find that our team always goes the extra mile to get to learn more about you. We want to know more about your past, your experiences and the goals that you have for your recovery. Once we have a better understanding of your history and the severity of your addiction, we can begin to make recommendations as to which trauma-based therapy would be best for you. At The Source, we offer three different trauma based therapies. Our team will work with you to determine a schedule for participation.
The first form of trauma-based therapy that we offer is eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy. These sessions take place with an experienced therapist who will guide your eye movements as you begin to talk about different traumas in your life. The premise behind the treatment is that these experiences are easy not only to recall but overcome when your attention is more focused on the movements of your eyes. Over time, these traumas will become less painful to talk about so they will no longer trigger you in the future.
The next trauma-based form of therapy that we have at The Source is traumatic incident reduction therapy. These sessions take place on a weekly basis and have been shown to make great strides in a person that is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder as a result of a certain event. We will work with you to determine the length of time that you should participate in this type of therapy.
Finally, we also offer rapid resolution therapy. This type of therapy is designed to help a person address stress or traumas in a faster manner then the other forms of trauma-based therapy. Typically, these sessions only take place anywhere from two to six times, however, there is a possibility that you could need more sessions depending on your situation.
It’s important not to overlook the fact that these sessions will also be incorporated with more traditional forms of therapy including group therapy as well as individual therapy. If you have ever been to a 12-step meeting, you will notice that group therapy will closely follow the model of a 12-step meeting. During these therapy sessions, you will have the opportunity to interact with other clients regarding a variety of topics. Through sharing and listening, you can begin to build your own system of support and come to a better understanding of both addiction and recovery.
Individual therapy, on the other hand, is done in a more personalized setting between you and one of our counselors. During these sessions, you will have the chance to speak more about events in your life that you may not feel comfortable talking about in a group setting. Also, it’s a great time for you to share how you feel that you are progressing in your treatment plan. Is there a part of the plan that you feel isn’t working or something that is making you feel uncomfortable? Do you want to extend your treatment plan? We will go over all of these details with you during each meeting to ensure you get the most out of your time with us.
Why Choose The Source?
The Source team understands the valuable benefits of incorporating trauma-based therapy into your treatment plan. A member of our opioid rehab in Boynton Beach team is available around the clock to speak with you more about what you can expect when you participate in this type of therapy as well as the options that you have for different treatment programs. Whether you’re interested in enrolling in our partial hospitalization program or one of our outpatient programs, you can count on The Source team to be there for you every step of the way. When you’re ready to take the step toward living a sober life, we encourage you to call us at (800) 204-0418.